Channeled Hymn to Lucifer

This hymn, which may be recited however often one likes, asks Lucifer for protection, good luck, and to bless one’s life. I would advise using it nightly for a week or more if you intend to use it at all. Accompanying prayer with offering will help, as will having a black or white candle lit. The prayer is as follows:

Mighty Lucifer, God-King of the Infernal Dominion,
Brighten My Dreamscape and Bestow Worldly Power Unto Me.
Guide My Steps and Give Me Your Protection,
As I Have Devoted Myself to the Infernals.
Grant Me Great Fortune
And Keep Me Safe Through the Night.
Salvete Lucibel Et Sitra Achara!

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Satanic Gnosis of Various Fiends Pt. VII

Erasalya (Claytern/Ashurmpa)

Erasalya is an interesting archfiend. It’s male aspect, Ashurmpa, is a Qliphothic incubus. On the other hand, it’s female aspect, Claytern, is a cross between a Qliphothic succubus and a Watcher. Both aspects share the same material attributions: patchouli incense, jasmine incense, smoky quartz, and fossils.

Claytern, known as the Queen of Infernal Sirens, is attributed to Satariel, fire, and the Sun. She manifests best in the daytime and/or in well-lit areas. She’s a good spirit to work with in pursuit of chakra unification, the development or increasement of confidence, and the fortification/strengthening of the astral double. Her alchemy can engender improvement of the psychic abilities, vampiric metabolism, natural psychic defenses, and the aptitude for wielding Qliphothic energies.

Claytern is a good mentor for Kundalini work and chakra unification. Other specialties of hers include money spells and protection spells. The all-purposed summoning chant I have received for her is “Trodda Vee Yod.”

Ashurmpa is attributed to Satariel, Jupiter, and water. He can greatly increase the practitioner’s magickal power, and meditating with him regularly will help one reach Qliphothic adepthood pretty quickly. He specializes in combat, tactics, necromancy, worldly power, shielding, wards, physical concealment, and stealth. He manifests best at night and/or in dark places. The all-purposed summoning chant I have received for him is “Ashurmpa Viehvorala.” The meditative mantra for Qliphothic adepthood I have channeled for him is “Doth-Voor-Ma-Syll-Dorn.”

Corson

Corson, also known as Gorson, is an incubitic demonic king whose dwelling place is Gamaliel. He is attributed to the element of fire and to the planets Jupiter and Neptune. His titles are “the Lord of Lunar Chaos” and “the Prince of Darkness-In-Chaos.”

Corson bestows all types of magickal empowerment and alchemical transformation. He’s a great divinity to work with for the improvement of spiritual sight, and he can be called on by practitioners who wish to have challenges placed in their path for the sake of building character.

Corson can assist one in achieving astral projection. If you would like his aid in that feat, recite the chant “Dyllasar Vyl Gor Corson” for a while before attempting to leave your body. Making an offering and having his sigil present during this pursuit will yield augmented results.

Other specialties of Corson’s include warriorhood, concentration (the attention span), longevity, and sexual magnetism. He enjoys offerings of juniper berries, blue berries, reptile scales, dragon’s blood incense, and patchouli incense.

Corson appeared to me as an ivory-fleshed merman with black eyes and long, grey hair. He revealed himself to me bearing two swords. The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for the Prince of Darkness-In-Chaos is “Gorson Drogg Yee-Sarra Viack.”

Gialost

Gialost is a Jupiterian Watcher who holds the rank of Hierophant. He manifests accompanied by a servant named Kyldjassa, which servant appeared to me as a whale.

Gialost is a diurnal spirit—that is to say, he is best summoned during the daytime. He specializes in quick cash spells (as opposed to prosperity spells) and protection of any kind (i.e., against magickal harm, against mundane danger, etc.). He has very potent cursework techniques which he will only reveal to a few.

Gialost is related to the stars Dabih (Beta Capricorni) and Algedi (Alpha Carpricorni).

Gialost can be called upon to significantly empower any kind of pre-existent ward. To achieve this, focus on the ward in question and vibrate the word of power “Harnorva’ienal” (har-noor-vah-ee-nawl).

Gialost appeared to me, accompanied by his whale-servant, as a floating man wearing a robe, which robe was light blue in color. He had long, snow-white hair which sort levitated. The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for Gialost is “Torra-Vee-Dja-Goth-Tull-Djyn-Zyck Gialost.” I have elected to present two different and separate sigils for this being.

Sigil #1
Sigil #2

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Invocation of Xembhorrock

We see composite deities presented throughout Western magickal traditions—the PGM gives us Hermekate (Hermes + Hekate), and Hebdomadry gives us Lidagon (Darkat + Dagon). Xembhorrock is the composite deity formed of Satan and Lucifer.

Xembhorrock’s power borders on being immeasurable, and he never speaks in human tongues. He is only to be summoned to either get someone other than the celebrant out of a tragic situation or for the purpose of infernal alchemy. However, he can be given offerings of dragon’s blood, black candles, and more for the purpose of spiritual protection (as opposed to mundane protection).

Xembhorrock’s alchemy makes the practitioner very difficult to spiritually harm, and he can be summoned to initiate the witch through any portion(s) of the Qliphoth and Sephiroth alike. His planetary attribution is to the Earth, and his elemental attribution is to the Black Light (i.e., the primordial precursor to the Fifth Element, and, by extension, to the other four).

The following invocation creates a sacred space with the energy of Thaumiel and calls upon the demon Lepaca to assist the practitioner in achieving possession by Xembhorrock. Incantations written in italics are meant to be chanted (repeatedly recited in a rhythmic monotone), and the words of power written in bold are to be vibrated. Translations of Latin phrases appear in brackets. This invocation is recommended for persons significantly experienced in infernal alchemy and demonic possession.

Above: Sigil of Xembhorrock

Salve Domine Xembhorrock!
[Hail Lord Xembhorrock]

Lepaca Thaumiel! Soltrolla Viehtorra Gotht Tonna Vakal!

Toldar Godda Vee Shionna (x7)

Torvyck Soll Godda Vakara Zyll (x7)

Toltala + Doorzocka + Shyltarrock + Polthaea + Djieddagara + Toltaea + Djon-Dorra

Phaltar God Zeena Sylla Zossall (x7)

Lepaca, Affer Ad Me Xembhorrock (x11)
[Lepaca, Bring Me Xembhorrock]

With the auspices of Lord Lepaca, I conjure Xembhorrock to entangle me in his gnosis!

Agios o Lepaca! Salve Rex Xembhorrock!
[Numinous is Lepaca! Hail King Xembhorrock]


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Magickal Chants to Create Sacred Spaces

It is very possible to create a sacred space without casting a circle or calling upon the four alchemical elements. My personal preference when creating sacred spaces is to fill the room I’m performing the ritual in with the energy of the spiritual dominion to which the spirit(s) I’m calling upon is attributed. I will present you now with seven magickal chants which may be used to raise different kinds of sacred spaces, and I welcome you to leave requests for other spiritual realms you’d like to see chants for in the comments.


Dea Gock Sornara
Magickal Chant to Presence the Energy of Olympus

Vortol See Djanna
Magickal Chant to Presence the Energy of Asgard

Talakhyn Za Vynnyl
Magickal Chant to Presence the Energy of Hades (the Spiritual Realm, Not the Deity of the Same Name)

Torna Zock Sheall
Magickal Chant to Presence the Energy of Helheim

Vortonya Zyth Kolza
Magickal Chant to Presence the Energy of Vanaheim

Torvyll-Ziehtorryn
Magickal Chant to Presence the Energy of the Qliphoth (Infernal Plane)

Votha Ba Zyll Yinnar
Magickal Chant to Presence the Energy of Irkalla (the Sumerian Underworld)


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Three Invocations of Hekate

If you are knowledgeable regarding Hekate, you know that she is very much a multi-faceted goddess. In addition to being depicted with three heads, she has been depicted with two heads as well as four. I have found that there are differences between these manifestations. Her three-headed aspect is her chthonic aspect, and her two-headed aspect is her Titanic aspect. Her four-headed aspect combines her Olympian, Titanic, and chthonic aspects. These four invocations will allow you to experience union with these three forms. These rites are best left to those experienced with invocation/possession.

The rites which follow were channeled and are composed largely of Latin and barbarous tongues. Some practitioners will be able to perform them quite successfully simply by reading the scripts out loud with intent, but others may need to incorporate things such as sigils, candles, incense offerings, etc. Raising a sacred space beforehand is optional, just as the potential tools I listed are.


Invocation of the Two-Headed Aspect

Io Amphiprosopos-Hecate

Odrogga Illa Inna Oz

Djieggara Illa Va Illyl

Djornar Arra Ov Ia

Galara Vor Avaea

Iennor Lyk Zee Vea

Gaza Nara Ala Vea Giedar


Invocation of the Three-Headed Aspect

O, Hekate-Trikephalos, Gloria

Vornyn Ovva Va Vea

Gordar Goss Vea Ozza

Zahzora Volla Nee Yizzel

Zakar Voll Zorn Vee’ae

Oddarrock Vorra Onna Lyn

Ave Domina Tripthoggos!


Invocation of the Four-Headed Aspect

Salve Era Tetraprosopeine

Ziennorra Lylla Iennar Ga

Vuldor Yonna Zee

Ahlar Ia Ziennor

Djiennora Lodda Zee Anar

Vossa Ill Djee Illa

Domina Hekate-Tetrakephalos, Laudamus


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

A Rite to Amprodias & Layilel

This rite calls upon the demons Amprodias and Layilel to increase the magickal power of the celebrant and engender demonic alchemy. It’s a short and simple rite, perhaps the shortest and simplest rite I’ve ever posted. Just recite the ritual manuscript with the intent to attain what the rite is meant to provide. Latin phrases are translated in brackets and explanations are given in parentheses. Phrases in italics are meant to be chanted (recited in a rhythmic monotone) a certain number of times.


Salvete Amprodias Et Layilel!
[Hail Amprodias and Layilel]

Talrae Vara Zea Narrock Vorra Kyntal Zal Viehkorr!

Zoltorra Zea (x4)

Zabrossa Tien Zalloth Torrock!

Salvete Amprodias Et Layilel!
[Hail Amprodias and Layilel]


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

A Basic Spiritual Self-Protection Rite

This ritual will call on Lucifer for spiritual protection against cursework, hexcraft, love spells, domination spells, etc. that has either already been placed on you or will likely soon be. You will need to burn both a black candle and a white candle. You will also burn nag champa and white sage incense in offering to Lucifer. In this instance, white sage is not being used the way that it is used in Native American spirituality—both incenses are offerings to Lucifer, and you are to use something like normal incense sticks rather than a smudge stick. You are not smudging. With the candles lit and the incense burning and offered to Lucifer, recite the ritual monologue. The magickal chants, which chants were specifically channeled for this rite, written in Italics are meant to be chanted (recited repeatedly in a rhythmic monotone). Translations of foreign phrases appear in brackets. Note: Lucibel is a name for Lucifer.


Voco Te Rex Lucifer! Liftoach Pandemonium! Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia!
[I Call You, King Lucifer! Open Up the Infernal Plane! Numinous is the Underlying Force of All Demon Magick]

Open up the Infernal Plane and let the power of Lucibel the Stargazer bleed through! Lord Lucifer, saturate me in your might and protection! Wrap me in certainty and safety such that no working against me may harm me!

Zraprala Ortor Avara Nogga Orthee (x9)

Artargar Veasson Zorkaea Zalla Navara (x3)

Ave Lucifer Rex Qliphoth!
[Hail Lucifer, King of the Infernal Plane]


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Satanic Gnosis of Various Fiends Pt. VI

Koskahtae

Koskahtae is a demonic king attributed to Thagirion who commands a legion of great, undead gladiators. He can aid one in becoming a warrior and excelling at martial arts. He specializes in vessel transmogrification (magickal augmentation of the body) and the sharpening of the mind. He bestows worldly power and success in business. He enjoys offerings of bones, carcasses, and grave dirt. He appeared to me like a white-sheet type ghost with glowing red eyes and a gaping black mouth. The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for this king is “Baltratta Koskahtae Zahtee.”

Pheasarr

Pheasarr is a demonic marshall attributed to Nahemoth who is always prepared to snuff out human life. He appeared to me like a white-skinned inhuman man with horns, fangs, and long black hair. He’s picky with incense offerings—he likes juniper, nag champa, patchouli, and white sage. Do not use the word “Amen” when working with him.

His elemental attribution is to the watery part of air—he can use this combined element to empower the chakras. To undertake this, summon him and then meditate, following his instructions—his power will enhance your meditative efforts.

He can build massive sexual magnetism. The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for this marshall is “Daprara Atar Dorkyn.”

Vonjahgal

Vonjahgal is a demonic general attributed to Golachab and the element of fire. He quickly annihilates the witch’s enemies in single-target lethal execrations. He specializes in protection spells of every kind, and working with him for protection is an apt way to introduce oneself to him.

Vonjahgal will reward the magickian with large amounts of magickal power in exchange for offerings of blood. He governs the necromancy of animal and extraterrestrial phantoms. He is strict about how he is summoned, so the witch would do best to consult her guides before attempting to evoke or invoke him.

Vonjahgal appeared to me as a green-and-yellow-furred tiger-looking thing.

He likes offerings of cherries.

The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for Vonjahgal is “Drappock Gatra Djyn Tatara.”

Donvaeack

Donvaeack is a demonic marquise attributed to Thaumiel. He appeared to me with a black cloak and a face mask made of crimson metal with yellow accents. Beneath the mask, his skin is white, and he bears fangs.

Donvaeack is one of the best demons to work with for alchemy, and can be called on to cast spells on boats and automobiles for fast and safe travel. He can also be summoned for execration rites that will strike at every single enemy you have.

He likes wine, and he will be irritated if he is summoned without being presented with an offering. The all-purposed summoning chant that I have channeled for this marquise is “Donvaeack Trata Zaht.”

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Regarding the Delusion of Spiritual Impetuses

Throughout my time in the Occult community, I have witnessed many conflate their personal failings and struggles with real or perceived spiritual callings.

Personally, I walk the path of the destroyer—in other words, a significant part of my calling is to magickally inflict harm upon the deserving. I was informed of this by the demons long ago, and on occasion, I have been chastised for not fulfilling my role eagerly enough. Now, throughout the years, I have had to battle tendencies towards anger, blind spite, unjustified vindictiveness, etc. What I have never done is attribute these personal failings to my spiritual calling.

However, I have watched many practitioners of differing paths fail to distinguish their weaknesses from their calling in that manner. For example, I have seen some persons called to be healers attribute their personal tendencies towards submissiveness or naivety to their calling to heal.

I have seen people attribute their youthful illusion of invincibility to their relationship with given deities. Instead of simply thinking “that could never happen to me” as many younglings do, they think “______ could never happen to me because I am a devotee of the [insert religion] deity of _________.”

Such misconceptions are both delusional and hazardous, and there are many other flavors of this bullshit which I have not specifically mentioned. Your personal flaws must be differentiated from real or imagined spiritual callings. Ignore this reality at your own peril, and, perhaps, the peril of your loved ones.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia